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crown that they wove of the thorn, Lord! by Thy Passion in
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Geth-sem-a- ne, Christ of all tenderness! Plead Thou for me.
HARK THE BELLS! Tune,-"Soldaten."-No. 236. ) 1894.
REV. AMBROSE M. SCHMIDT, (1857-
"Peace to men upon earth And good will," they loud proclaim! REF.-Hark the bells! hark the bells! etc.
2 Wondrous star! wondrous star!
Offer Him! offer Him! Christmas bells sweetly ringing, Children, carols are singing; Heaven and earth Alleluias Raise to Christ the new-born King! REF.-Hark the bells! hark the bells! etc.
3 Holy Child! Holy Child!
Babe of Bethlehem so mild! Come to us anew to-day, Keep us in the perfect way. Lord of all! Lord of all! At Thy feet we humbly fall! Here we worship and adore Thee, Christ our King! Christ our King! Open wide now the portals Of your hearts, all ye mortals; Let Him in! let him in! Let the Christ-child enter in ! REF.-Hark the bells! hark the bells! etc,
REV. PHILIP Doddridge, (1702-1751) 1735.
1. Hark, the glad sound! the Savior
3. He comes the
its Satan's clear the
He comes from
HARK, THE GLAD SOUND!
"Chopin." C. M.
promised long; Let ev-ery heart pre-pare a throne, And ev-ery
sa cred fire;
Wisdom and might, and zeal and love, His holy
ters yield, The i- ron
tial day, To pour ce - les
5 He comes the broken heart to bind,
6 Our glad hosannas, Prince of Peace,
LORD OF EVERY LAND AND NATION.
"Praise." 8s. & 7s.
Voices in Unison.
Sound-ed through the wide cre
tion Be Thy just and law-ful praise.
er flow. Be Thy king-dom all Thine own.
LIGHT OF THE WORLD, WE HAIL THEE.
REV. JOHN SAMUEL BEWLEY MONSELL, (1811-1875) 1837.
1. Light of 2. Light of 3. Light of 4. Light of
the world, we hail Thee
Never shall dark-ness veil Thee A gain from human eyes,
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Now spread from shore to shore;
Of all Thine hand hath made;
gold - en,
Shall set on earth no more. der Light back to Thee a setting, Thy sun-shine hath no shade.
tion Which springs from Love and Thee.
REV. CHARLES WESLEY, (1708-1788) 1752.
ALT. BY REV. MARTIN MADAN, (1726—1790) 1760.
LO, HE COMES, WITH CLOUDS DESCENDING.
"St. Thomas." 8s. 7s. & 4.
1. Lo, He comes, with clouds descending, Once for fav-ored sinners slain; 2. Every eye shall now behold Him Robed in dreadful ma - jes - ty;
3. Every island, sea and mountain, Heaven and earth, shall flee a-way;
Vincent Novello, (1781–1861).
Thousand thousand saints attending Swell the triumph of His train.
Alle luia! Alle lu ia! Christ the Lord returns to reign. Deep-ly wail-ing, Deep-ly wail-ing, Shall the true Messiah see. Come to judgment, Come to judgment, Come to judgment, come a- way.
4 Now redemption, long expected,
See the day of God appear.
5 Yea, Amen! let all adore Thee,